Monthly Archives: January 2013

The waiting

My Dad has occasionally used the phrase “hurry up and wait” around me.  Often, he is referring to drivers who feel a compulsion to zip up to a red light. Currently, it is the feeling I experience as I wait for the process to complete that makes my book available through the various sales channels…. Read more »

Too much of a tease?

Book Two is published. It will take some time for the distributor and online sales sites to update all their locations, so the book is only on sale at my publisher (Booklocker) and not at all your favorite online retailers. Similarly, it takes a little while for the e-versions of the book to make it… Read more »

Out on a limb

    Out on a limb We’ve gone to the dogs this week…   Hey, I gotta get some rest if I’m gonna be around that long! In a dog’s age – The expression is actually adapted from two forms originally used back in the old West.  The first expression, “in a crow’s age”, was… Read more »

Galley Ho!

After battling with a prolonged cold (two weeks, can you believe?), I’ve finally managed to go through the “official” review of the galley copy of “What Next?”. For those of you unfamiliar to the process, a “galley” copy is created from the final manuscript and is used to verify the book prior to actual publication. … Read more »

Miss Communication

              Miss Communication A little veer away from our usual fare for a short primer on how to know if you’ve been working in Corporate America far too long… You actually know what a paradigm is You ask the car salesman if the car comes with a whiteboard You ask… Read more »

Out on a Limb

B-grade? Could this UFO be from the planet of the Bogey-men? Bogey – Bogey is a term that today is usually only heard in the air force or on a golf course.  Up in the wild, blue  yonder it is a reference to an unidentified aircraft that is presumed hostile. On the links, a bogey is… Read more »